Corrosion Inhibition in High Temperature Environment
Patent Application, Filed 28 Jun 1993
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON DC
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This invention pertains to the use of tin oxide as a corrosion resistant material for preventing or inhibiting high temperature corrosion by molten sulfate-vanadate deposits and gaseous sulfur trioxide formed in engines or other high temperature apparatus which burn materials containing sodium, sulfur, and vanadium.
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